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Old 01 Jan 2010, 17:25
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Help to add php code to additional VB4 page

Hi, I've been advised to post here. I am desperately trying to add additional pages to my vb4 forum which contain a mix of php and html. I have no programming experience so am looking for someone to help me with the first page I have - I can then go off and do the rest of my pages on my own. The code I am trying to include is below. Could someone please help me??


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This link shows the output from the code which I want to integrate into my forum layout.

http://back-garden-moths.co.uk/Sightings.php

Thanks very much.

Simon

--------------- Added 02 Jan 2010 at 07:36 ---------------

Can nobody help me with this please. I'd really like to get a handle on this so I can proceed with my site. Thanks very much..

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Old 02 Jan 2010, 20:01
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Basically, you want to put this in your page:

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And this in your template your_template:

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That is just some of the basics. I didn't do anything with the other php code you had in the middle of your html - you'll need to put that in the php page like all the other stuff, but this is the basics of what to put into the other page you started with the article. If you need someone to do the whole thing for you, you may want to post in Paid Services.
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